Policy & Projects

Europe: Meeting the Regulation Challenge

22nd September, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm CEST

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With Brussels in the midst of a multi-year renewal cycle of EU water rules aiming to push Europe’s water infrastructure to new levels of performance, standards are more than ever the driving force for investments in the region. Individual countries have stepped up as well, with some looking to treat emerging pollutants in wastewater streams or bolster phosphorus recycling from sewage sludge. 

Join the GWI Network to explore the opportunities arising from Europe’s regulatory drive, in and out of the EU, and understand how the various rules and regulatory regimes shape many of the region’s national markets.

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Agenda (Times in CEST)

  • 11:00 – 11:10 Platform Familiarization and Introduction
  • 11:10 – 11:30 Round 1
  • 11:30 – 11:50 Round 2
  • 11:50 – 12:10 Round 3
  • 12:10 – 12:30 Round 4

Meeting Format

Expert speakers lead tables of 6-8 in tightly focused discussions on what is new and trending in the international water industry. 

  1. Choose a topic and join the table
  2. Meet the host and table guests
  3. Participate in an intimate, face-to-face exchange of ideas
  4. After four table rotations, you’ll leave the session with a new set of contacts, a meeting set up for later that day and a step towards your next deal.


How to Register

Attendance at this meeting is exclusively available to GWI Network members.

GWI Network members have already been invited via. email. If you are interested in attending this meeting you can find out more about becoming a member by clicking the button below.

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From PPP for desalination in Mexico and Chile and wastewater in Peru, to large EPC contracts funded by DFIs as part of the province of Buenos Aires five-year Infrastructure Plan, this meeting will shed light on emerging business opportunities and provides an excellent collaborative network of business contacts through the dynamic roundtables format. 

Join our expert speakers to hear the answers to these questions and more: 

  • What opportunities will be offered through Mexico’s and Peru’s PPP project pipeline in 2021 and beyond? 
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  • Which Chilean mining projects are planning desalination plants and what are the latest trends in project procurement? 
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